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Hanford revised cleanup schedule rejected by officials
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Revised Plan for Hanford Cleanup Rejected by State Officials

Gov. Jay Inslee, Attorney General Bob Ferguson, and other Washington leaders have formally rejected a revised plan by the DOE that's supposed to speed up and streamline Hanford cleanup.

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Several single-shell tanks went uninspected for 8 months
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Hanford Contractor Didn’t Check Radioactive Waste Tanks for Months — DOE Investigating

According to Department of Energy sources, several single-shell storage tanks at Hanford containing a variety of toxic and radioactive chemicals went unchecked for 8 months in 2013.

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DOE assistance program reportedly helped companies already contracted
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Audit Shows DOE Assistance Program Often Helps Companies Already Receiving Funding

It's called the Department of Energy Mentor-Protege Program.

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DOE says 2022 cleanup deadlines could be in jeopardy
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Attorney General ‘Disappointed’ Feds Likely to Miss Hanford Deadlines

Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Wednesday the feds are in "serious" risk of not meeting the legally-mandated deadlines for cleanup of the Hanford site.

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Work at C-tank farms resumed after radiation alert
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DOE Says Hanford Radiation Readings May Have Been From Transfer System

The Department of Ecology now says an unusual reading of radioactivity at Tank C-101 may have been in a transfer system.

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Radioactive Waste Cleanup Continues At Hanford Nuclear Reservation
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More Hanford Waste Could Be Headed to New Mexico

There is a proposal to ship three million gallons of waste to Carlsbad, New Mexico. This would reportedly give officials more flexibility to deal with six leaking tanks at Hanford. Some waste has already been sent there.

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What are ramifications of six leaking tanks at Hanford?
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Gov. Inslee – Six Hanford Tanks Could Be Leaking 1,000 Gallons A Year – What Are Ramifications?

Gov. Jay Inslee raised eyebrows across the state and even the nation with his announcement this week that the six leaky storage tanks at Hanford could be oozing up to 1,000 gallons a year. 

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Six tanks now leaking at Hanford
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What Will Be Done With Six Leaking Waste Tanks at Hanford?

Gov. Jay Inslee issued a statement Friday saying more leaking waste tanks at Hanford have been revealed.

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Hanford Nuclear Reservation
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New Hanford Whistleblower Complaint Filed

The Department of Energy is investigating a complaint filed by a whistleblower about the Hanford Vitrification, or VIT Plant.

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